Saluki Regicide returns to Webbed Hand with a long-awaited sequel to "Mirage Emigrants" [wh012] -- an album full of atmospheric sound textures and evocative samples.
More work from a recording project described as "haunted head music to disturb your inner child." Saluki Regicide was the first major project of C.P. McDill and he still considers it his primary one. It was originally most active 2003-04, then sporadically thereafter, usually in the form of collaborations and long-form works. This album signals a return to the original style of working as Saluki Regicide, and even hints at future directions.
Recorded and produced by C.P. McDill
Aria Nadii: voice in "55 Monstrous Pictures" and "Amergin"
2004-2010, Massachusetts, USA.
Cover art by CP McDill
01 - Intro [00:15]
02 - Whispering [03:44]
03 - The Robot Had to Obey [04:33]
04 - 55 Monstrous Pictures [03:20]
05 - Just a Little Bit Farther [05:36]
06 - Song of Amergin [05:24]
07 - What Plan? [08:02]
08 - The Shades to Appease [07:43]
09 - E Pur Si Muove [06:50]
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the ghost between the strings
December 15, 2010
an hypnotic and spooky mental soundscape
An enigmatic mixture of ghostly voices spinning around your head, distant but obsessive drones and filtered moody melodic sequences. The pieces are minimal but surprising. It seems that each detail has been carefully chosen and assembled to build an hypnotic and spooky mental soundscape, without the usual cliches of ambient / drone music.